January 9, 1920
HOMES WANTED FOR ORPHAN CHILDREN
Children's Aid Society of New York will soon bring to this city a small
company of children for the purpose of finding homes for them.
most of these children come from the best orphanages in and about New
York and have been diligently trained and selected with care to fit the
new family life into which they are to enter. If a mistake has
been made in this choice or for any reason the child be not
satisfactory, the Society bears the trouble and expense for its return.
These children are both sexes, but are chiefly boys and range in age from one to fourteen years.
We earnestly hope that you will aid us, either by opening your home to a child or interesting some other worthy person.
The children will be in Whitewright, at the K.P. and I.O.O.F. Hall, next Friday, January 16, at two p.m.
following well-known citizens of Whitewright will act as a local
committee. Application must be made as early as possible to a
member of this committe.
C. B. Bryant
J. W. Wilson